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storms until the middle of next week. >> 6:37 and 42 degrees at the airport. george clooney is no stranger to politics. it turns out he has a historical connection. >> we are still taking your answers to the water cooler question of the day. do you prefer to do holiday shopping online or in the stores? you can share your results on wbaltv.com, our facebook page, wbaltv.com, our facebook page, >> when george lucas handed over paper's to hand over the disney empire, it turned out of money is not going into his already well line the pockets. he is putting the entire fund into his education foundation. for the past several years, he has devoted much of his financial holdings into philanthropic enterprises. >> according to ancestry.com, george clooney is the half first cousin from president lincoln. the genealogy break down this way. is other famous relative, rose mary cloony died in 2002. >> the time is 6:41 and 42 degrees at bwi airport. >> we will also take a look at a busy morning rush. several accidents. details coming up. >> a chilly start on this friday morning. what you c
. you're ruining yourself! you're ruining yourself! >> if you know george clooney, i know you know him a little bit, he must have just killed brad pitt, the first day it came out. >> maybe he lost a bet. >> to george clooney. exactly. >> that's a possibility. >> now, that's okay. if he lost a bet to george clooney, that's awesome. you know -- you know what would take george clooney to -- george clooney would do something like that under one condition, if he were in a coffin and they put a wig on him. >> it's not right. >> it's just not right. >> it's a bad commercial. can i do the news now? >> hey, by the way, yeah, but more big news. the nets beat the knicks. brooklyn beats new york. >> got a rivalry on our hands here. >> knicks beat themselves. >> come on. whatever. >> john heilemann was there. he was at the game. >> tweeting -- >> there's some of that, i'm sure. >> do they have v.i.p. coke rooms? >> there are darkrooms and do what you will. >> okay. very well. i think i'm going to be going to see some nba games. >> with heilemann. >> boy, the game goes so fast when you're with heile
described her perfect man as having the brains of george clooney and the body of joe biden. >> ooh. >> sounds hot! >>> well, lady gaga announced she will be donating $1 million to the red cross to aid those affected by hurricane sandy. way to go, gaga. she says she would not be the artist she is today if not for places like manhattan's lower east side or brooklyn. >>> last night, stephen colbert was having a tough time accepting the outcome of the presidential election. >> knew this was coming. >> it was come, it came. take a look. >> what's the point? [ cheers and applause ] >> and who will be "chopped"? [ cheers and applause ] >> i like the white turtleneck and red robe. that's very classy. >>> and finally, 500 people were asked who is their favorite fictional president from tv and movies, and the results are in. harrison ford took the top spot as president marshall in "air force one," in which he famously yelled "get off my plane!" good one. second one went to morgan freeman as president beck in "deep impact." you know, i never saw that. >> you didn't miss anything. >> good to k
the 2012 entertainer of the year. george clooney said hollywood loves a comeback and affleck is an unbelievable come back kid. that's for sure. >>> and finally, a list of 2012's most memorable internet moments were released. do you remember this one? some were election related like this clint eastwood, infamous invisible obama speech and mitt romney's big bird remarks. the top spot goes to olympian's not too impressed face which has been imitated time and time again. is there any we can remember that we may have forgot snen. >> i'm sure there are hundreds of ones we haven't forgotten. >> google and youtube -- >> yeah, embarrassing moments. >> i'm sure bill charkarins shop several times. stay tuned. "way too early" is next. >>> i wouldn't even care about winning the $550 million. i just want to be paid with one of the giant checks. wouldn't that be great? take it to the bank, try to feed it into the atm. >>> i know that lotto money is going to be mine. even though the drawing hasn't happened yet, even though the odds of winning are 175 million to 1. because i bought 175 millio
" director has come a long way since gillette with george clooney saying hollywood loves a comeback and affleck is an unbelievable comeback kid. that's for sure. >>> and finally, do you remember this? national.com has released their 2012 list of the most memorable internet moments, and some of the top ones were election-related, like this one, clint eastwood's infamous invisible obama speech, and mitt romney's big bird remarks. but the top spot? you remember this one. it went to olympian mckayla maroney's way-too-honest, not-impressed face. yep, that will leave a mark. >> i'm trying to make that face, but you can't. >> it's too cold. you would freeze. >> it would freeze that way. >>> well, this comes to us from wmtv, nbc 15 in madison, wisconsin, where a dog and his family were reunited after years apart. lucky the dog ran away from home four years ago, leaving his family with little hope of ever seeing the little pooch again, but as luck would have it, lucky recently showed up on tv as the humane society's pet of the week, and it shocked the owners. calls were made, and eventually,
'm very, very proud of our country. >> george clooney, will smith. sarah jessica parker. raising millions. >>> plus, the first couple with us. how they have changed four years >>> how kirstie alley's cocaine addiction almost drove her crazy. what she only told me about nearly dying and turning to scientology while still doing drugs. >> i'm reading it. >>> then a modern family child star removed from her home by a judge. allegations of abuse.
. now, whether the celebrity is extremely smart like george clooney or maybe just really talent and good-looking like george clooney politicians love getting a-list support on the campaign trail. current tv's barry lank has our report. >> hello. i'm tom hanks. i want barack obama to be the next president of our country. >> president obama is not the first presidential candidate to wrangle support from top celebrities. john f. kennedy was a magnet for the stars and his famous friends also appeared in tv ads. >> hi. my name is harry belafonte. >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, henry fonda. >> every presidential candidate since has enlisted celebrities to endorse them in ads. >> i really think he's an honest man. that's why i'm voting for him. >> mike huckabee is a lifelong hunter who will protect our second amendment rights. >> celebrities have a cache that politicians love. they're coming from outside of the political process. voters are not as cynical toward hollywood figures as they are about politicians. on
a conversation about this. so, your last album, how was that. >> george clooney is making news because he was related to a president. >> ancestry.com found he is past cousins with abraham lincoln, five times removed. >> they look a little bit alike. >> you can see the resemblance. his mother is a half sibling with george clooney's great, great, great, great, great grandmother. it's how it comes together. i don't know how they do it. things get sketchy for my family. >> are you related to anybody important? >> not that i found. i did my family tree and i was like come on royalty. i wish i had a castle in ireland. >> a go night? >> yeah, a huge night for the country music awards. toby keith doesn't normally go. he says they are pandering, but he won video of the year for the song that made everybody barbecue this summer "red solo cub." ♪ red solo cup ♪ i fill you up ♪ let's have a party >> everyone was singing it all summer long. the iconic red solo cup won video of the year. you have a lot of videos that talk millions of dollars. he got friends at a house party. >> that's a nice cros
against everyone. george clooney completely thrashed me. >> that was the most lucrative e-mail ever. >> talked about the clooney e-mail. it changed how money is raised online. >> that taught us a bunch. >> tell us about what you learned. it was a dinner with the president and george clooney. >> at his home. >> it was a lottery to get a spot? >> correct. >> how much did you wind up raising for that? >> we ended up doing on that event a little bit over $13 million. between the actual event and the online. >> what was it about clooney and the e-mail. what was the perfect storm that after that every campaign tried to copy? >> who was it about clooney that you can see all of the women in the room nodding. no analytics there, mike. first of all, dinner with obama was the most successful program of 2008 and 2012. it goes back. can this be replicated for the next campaign? no. some of the analytics can. the campaign can't. it resolves around a whole bunch of people, whether you like the president or not. you have to admit that a whole bunch of americans are motivated by his candidacy. a who
was actually tested against data they had collected. >> you mentioned like george clooney, you could win a dinner with him and president obama and with sarah jessica parker in new york. that was tested out before those people were picked, correct? >> so what happened was they did the clooney fund-raiser, obviously it was going to be a big draw, biggest hollywood star there is. it was enormously successful but they found when looking at the data to who was giving money to enter the drawing to appear at that dinner with george clooney, the demographic that was giving the most money were women between the ages of 40 and 49 and it was on the west coast. so they realized two things. one, this group, women ages 40 to 49, like entering these kind of contests and two, there's a regional aspect to this, that people who live near clooney's house are more interested in being part of this sort of a fund-raiser so when they went to look for a follow-up they had this information in their hands and they started looking for someone who they could use on the east coast. that's how sarah jessica parker ca
with george clooney, the demographic that was giving the most money were women between the ages of 40 and 49 and it was on the west coast. so they realized two things. one, this group, women ages 40 to 49, like entering these kind of contests and two, there's a regional aspect to this, that people who live near clooney's house are more interested in being part of this sort of a fund-raiser so when they went to look for a follow-up they had this information in their hands and they started looking for someone who they could use on the east coast. that's how sarah jessica parker came about. someone who would appeal to that group of people and who would be in the new york area to try and tap into a new group of donors. >> also, it's very scientific in terms of who they would have reach out to people in states, they learned it was better to have somebody from the state, from the area, reach out? >> yeah, that's right. one of the big insights from 2008 is the best way to get people to do things is to have someone from their neighborhood, even better, someone they actually know, tell them to do it.
not been seen since. >> george clooney and brad pitt? >> slightly brazen. motorcycle. >> with an ax. going old school. >> medieval style. >> coming up next. family intrigue and a newly freed man. >> he spent the better part of his life behind bars. now he is free, but not everyone is happy about it. we will tell you his story next on "world news now." ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. follow the wings. how far will people go to relieve their sore throat? try these. new cepacol sensations cools instantly, and has an active ingredient that stays with you long after the lozenge is gone. not just a sensation, sensational relief. >>> welcome back, everybody. an arizona man who spent nearly four decade behind bars for two murders he says he did not commit is a free man this morning. >> reporter dave biscobane of our phoenix affiliate has a long case of justice denied. >> reporter: it was a horrific crime. two people gunned down in a desert area north of the valley. the case went cold for more than a decade until bill mccumber's wife turned
ideal man. quote, she wants the brains of george clooney and the body of joe biden. well, in last night's episode she got part of that equation. take a look. >> you must be leslie knope. welcome. welcome. >> my name just came out of your mouth. >> well, yeah, it did. i'm delighted to have you here. on behalf of the president and myself i want -- >> mr. vice president, i am deeply flattered, but there's no way i could take over madam secretary clinton's position. >> i'm confident you could do that job or any other, but the reason -- >> okay, i will. >> well, the reason you're here is i'm told you've done such a great job in your town and in the state of indiana, and i just want to say congratulations for your public service. >> i just want to say thank you. you're very handsome. >> you're very nice but -- >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> thank you very much. we'll see you tomorrow. >> well -- you will? >> you don't let anything happen to him. do you understand me? he's precious cargo. >> wow. biden's cameo is from last summer. it might have needed a little tweaking if the electio
of actors in hollywood ben affleck and george clooney have spoken out about but we have not seen a lot of action out of the obama administration. she can bring that to the fore, and get some stuff done. >> i don't know how he's a champion citing ben affleck. [ laughter ] >> minus three points, exactly. talk to me about chuck hagel. >> first we have to start with susan rice. if she can handle the united nations, maybe she can handle the united states states senate. she does go hard left. that's exactly why the republicans fear her. she is still my first choice. i would pick tim romer or dick lugar. you've got bipartisan ship, somebody a lot of people could work with, including then senator obama who traveled around the world with him talking about nuclear disarmament. i think that is someone the president is comfortable with and the senators will be comfortable with. i think that's very important if we're going to retake the center. if you can't get susan right one of the hoosiers. >> one of the hoosiers wins. every fantasy draft every cabinet fantasy draft is talking about the hoosier
faces in hollywood. how george clooney may be related to one of the most recognizable faces in history. >> the weather will be nice and chilly going into the weekend. >> we are tracking some closures out there do to a water main break. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. heading into the holidays you look for the best deals. that's why we give you real big club card deals each week. right now, get a super low price on tide, $10.99 for 100 ounces. 12 rolls of bounty are $11.99. that's a dollar a roll! and charmin is $11.99 for 30 rolls. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >> crews working on two did the water main breaks in the city. >> possibly a winter
the chill guy section, on that list, love this list, my favorite, george clooney, hugh jackman and blake shelton. >> that is a hot trifecta. >> well, george, of course. we asked these guys what is your idea of a good time? george said his idea is friends and family, late night dinner on some lake in italy. >> lake como, right? >> and then blake shelton, being at home watching the arizona cardinals game. >> normalcy. >> look at blake. let's see that. >> exactly. >> and hugh just loves his family. he is all about pancakes, having a flat white, australian for a latte. on the beach with his family. >> a section in here called "50 shades of grey" not what you think. guys with gray hair. salt and pepper hair. one of the guys you selected was matt lauer. >> very distinguished. >> have to say donny deutsch, too. hoda doesn't want to. >> a little joke. >> just kidding. >> gorgeous hair. >> why is brad pitt on the 50 shades? >> scraggly beard. last year, way more salt and pepper than we have seen him in the past. i think he is embracing the ageing process, he still looks amazing, still sexy, not g
to be right up there with best director with steven spielberg and a lot of great directors. george clooney wrote the piece on him for the magazine. and really talks about how he's, you know, become this world-class director. and the great thing is, we've watched him grow up. and he has never let failure or success keep him down. he's just a great example of how to live and work. >> absolutely. we could tell you, we had him here a few weeks ago. and you could tell how excited and how passionate he was about this project from the start. >> yeah. and he's taken a movie about the iran hostage crisis. and it's made $100 million. not only an important movie and it has something to say and it's quality -- critical success. but it's also a real commercial movie. you know? >> and a thriller. and pretty funny. >> completely entertaining. >> we found out about this this morning. we have to thank you here at "good morning america," as well. >> you pulled it off. you made the list. you made the list. it was a -- >> there it is, right there. >> it was a banner year for you guys. not just because of the
rid of brad pitt and george clooney tomorrow. i can get john mccain much cheaper. but rudy giuliani said president obama should resign because we only had 1.4% growth. they're just making this stuff up. colin powell, the best military je genius of our time, loves him. he's killed more terrorist in his short watch than george bush did in eight years. he's the true hawk. >> we'll see if the public agree with you tomorrow, harvey. you've got three movies at the moment. "killing them softy" with brad hit and two others. you've sounded yourself with the best looking men in hollywood. it is time you get some politicians so you emerge as the best looking guy in the group. >> next year, mitt romney will be up employed. i think he should play any one of those roles. i think he could do a comedy, though. >> i'm always available, harvey. good to talk to you. best of luck to you and your party. may the best man win. >> thank you, piers. a pleasure to be on this side of the camera. >>> coming up next, battleground wisconsin. will the governor who survived a recall be able to put mitt romney over
to the gangster thing. she looks gorge nelson in a george clooney movie. [gunfire] i'm bigger than any guy. >> that's the crazy connie brothers. to this day baby face nelson holds what dubious distinction american history? what did baby face nelson do that stands in the record books? the answer is, correct. kill the most fbi agents. three a questions, three correct answers. i don't think that has ever happened before. ladies and gentlemen. should we quit while we are ahead? >> good night, everybody. >> what a good idea. >> this is an easy one. this is the easiest question coming up. >> al capone, one of the most notorious gang members in american history. >> did i ask you what you are trying to do? did i ask you what you are trying to do? i wanted you to get [bleep] where he breathes. i want you to find this boy. i want him dead. >> bill: sounds like a factor meeting. [ laughter ] >> just kidding. for you media matters people. get that right up on your web site. all right, now, capone was eventually busted for tax evasion and became one of the earliest inmates at what famous prison? where
to rise to the gangster thing. she looks gorge nelson in a george clooney movie. [gunfire] i'm bigger than any guy. >> that's the crazy connie brothers. to this day baby face nelson holds what dubious distinction american history? what did baby face nelson do that stands in the record books? the answer is, correct. kill the most fbi agents. three a questions, three correct answers. i don't think that has ever happened before. ladies and gentlemen. should we quit while we are ahead? >> good night, everybody. >> what a good idea. >> this is an easy one. this is the easiest question coming up. >> al capone, one of the mostngn american history. >> did i ask you what you are trying to do? did i ask you what you are trying to do? i wanted you to get [bleep] where he breathes. i want you to find this boy. i want him dead. >> bill: sounds like a factor meeting. [ laughter ] >> just kidding. for you media matters people. get that right up on your web site. all right, now, capone was eventually busted for tax evasion and became one of the earliest inmates at what famous prison? where can d. capone g
with bradley cooper, brad pit and george clooney. named sexiest manning alive. his first thought was yal are messing with me. the 32-year-old star is married. his film rolls are magic mike, 21 jump street and up coming movie box catcher. >> a college student finds his twin hanging on the wall. we have some explaining to do. >> we stepped outside. it is chilly. the good news no wind. bad news it's going to get cold. here are the temperature s right now. mainly in the 40s. 30s showing up. 39 already in gathersburg. and 44 down towards the river. we'll talk about clouds moving in and look ahead to the weekend. >> first, you won't believe who is behind the wheel of this scary crash and what the driver was accused of doing before it happened. we're always on wusa9.com. >>> caught on tape, a one type doctor of the year now accused in the scary crash. check out the video taken last friday in massachusetts. this is a car driven by dr. christine howard speeding from a super market parking lot going airport over the median and slamming into two other cars. the 78-year-old man in one of those cars
. >> those sorts of things they post on facebook to poke fun at popular culture. >>> actor george clooney, an active political fund-raiser, it is in his blood. >> he's a distant relative to abraham lincoln. half first cousin five times removed from president lincoln. lincoln's mother, half sister of clooney's fourth great grandmother. you got that too? just before the new movie hits theaters, ancestry, free access to more than 20,000 documents showcasing lincoln's life. "lincoln" opens nationwide next friday. clooney and brad pitt are friends. and since brad pitt is related to president obama, one upping? >> tom hanks. >> and matt damon will have to come in. >> all very special people. >>> 6:27 right now. >>> today's forecast, and a look at the weekend. weather and traffic on the ones, next. >>> a man accused in a string of pipe bomb attacks. wait until you hear what happens when police try to arrest him. >>> the sentence charlie rose: will you endorse president obama? colin powell: yes. when he took over we were in one of the... worst recessions we had seen in recent times... close to a
. the jackpot set to expire in three weeks. just in time. >>> actor george clooney is a distant relative -- a really distant relative to president abraham lincoln. according to ancestry.com, clooney is the half first cousin five times removed from president kiln clincoln. just before steven spielberg's new movie hits theaters, ancestry.com announced the release. >> you and i could be half cousins five times removed to lincoln and washington. >> do you see a resemblance here? >> you know -- >> if you look at the lips. >> stop! >> half cousin. >> clooney and tom hanks are also related. >> and president obama is related to brad pitt too, that's another story. >>> one florida woman proves are you never too old to do anything, including vote. for the first time in her life, 99-year-old rosie lewis cast a ballot. she was seven years old when the 19th amendment passed, and lewis was in her 50s by the time jim crow laws abolished. her grandson said she was never interested in politics before. what changed? a huge hahn for presidefan of p. >> never too old to vote. >>> 5:27. coming up, political
: you don't think he dislikes rich people? >> no. neil: i think he hates them outside of george clooney and barbra streisand. >> the president of the united states respects entrepreneurship. because i believe that president respects me. i am a entrepreneur. gs it. president ran for office with idea of bridge bringing the couy together, he has another chance now. neil: he surrounds himself with academics, and who have more av an attitude than a background. >> i don't think that this level of progress where we are n in the economy is acceptable to the president, president will make decisions, he is willing to make out of the box decisions. >> you picture bigger things. >> much bigger. neil: i want to see new there. don peebles, a rare bird, both sides respect him, because he is straight shooter, he should stay the humanitarian out of washington -- hell out of washington. >> i don't want to own a home there. neil: when we congress back our small business guys are back with us. what do they think? we have been checking in on we have been checking in on them, after thi this family used capit
on their side. for obama, eva longoria, george clooney, sarah jessica parker. and for mitt romney, clint eastwood and mr. burns. >> mitt strapped his mutt to the roof of the car for a 350 mile jaunt. we will explain why mitt is once again [ inaudible ]. what's that? you like being tied to the roof of the car? because it allowed you to see more of the great land of ours and its wonderful natural resources ripe for drilling and mining and exploiting? >> the lineup may be set, but which team will more americans choose. joining us from washington, is new york magazine's jonathan chaits. we love to give you a bump in with simpson sound because nothing feels more commitly weighty -- politically weighty. >> a launching pad to get on to the simpsons. that's my career plan. >> i see it. someone call. jonathan, you have made the case for the president and against mitt romney and the pages and annals of "new york" magazine and this week has seen other folks making the case in so far as there are new endorsements colin powell and yesterday michael bloomberg. is it even worth discussing who has the s
it >> this is his international hit called "we want peace." it features alicia keys, george clooney, ringo starr, kofi annan and so many more. so great to see you. >> thank you for getting me on the show. >> the music is so uplifting, but the message is so powerful. you bring these two together, why and how? >> well, for this album, it was more about celebration but at the same time not forgetting the history but that's what i focused on. so i wanted to be some of the songs i had, some love songs also on the album. that's what i was focusing. >> your history is heartbreaking, but you're very open about sharing it in the spoken word and your music becoming a child soldier and feeling real conflicted later on. at the time you really felt like you wanted revenge, revenge of all muslims and arabs who killed your family members in sudan when you were a child. how long were you a child soldier before some intervention, something happened and it changed your thinking and your ways? >> well, i was trained when i was 8. so 1992. i think four years. four years. living being a child soldier but now cutting
'll have a live report. move over george clooney the on yan's kim junge un the sexiest man alive and beijing doesn't get the joke. good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. no joke today on capitol hill. ambassador susan rice's attempt to clear the air with republicans over benghazi did not work as the white house had hoped. senators mccain, ayotte and graham say they have more questions than they had before rice's comments about benghazi. >> we are significantly troubled by many of the answers that we got and some that we didn't get it. >> if you don't know what happened just say you don't know what happened. people can push you to give explanations and you can say i don't want to give bad information. >> that's troubling to me as well, why she wouldn't have asked, i'm the person that doesn't know anything about this, i'm going on every single show. >> joining me now for our daily fix, chris cizilla, msnbc contributor managing editor of post politics.com and our own nbc capitol hill correspondent kelly o'donnell. well, this was pretty tense. chris, first to you. you've s
had a long crush on biden. she describes her ideal man as having the brains of george clooney and the body of joe biden. the vice president appears on the show next week. >> bill: does she have that backwards? >> i think it would be funny. let him show up and let joe be joe. >> bill: joe is on a roll. >> plenty of celebrities have weighed in on president obama's election victory. yesterday we told you about donald trump's blowup on twitter. today it is rock guitarist ted nugent. the romney supporter tweeted good luck, america. you just voted for economic and spiritual suicide. he called us soulless fools and asked what subhuman varmint believes others must pay for their obesity booze, cell phones birth control and lies? >> bill: he and donald trump go to the cayman islands together. >> nate silver's celebrity status has skyrocketed. >> you mean president silver? >> since the popular 538 "new york times" blogger correctly predicted 49 out of 50 states. vote outcomes this week. still waiting on florida.
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